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CBC Digital Archives 6h
From 25 years ago | Catch a glimpse of future Dawson's Creek star when he talked to about his role in the film Digger. Watch here:
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CBC Digital Archives 7h
Back in 1969, 's The Day It Is was discussing the possible decriminalization of marijuana. Watch here: (Photo: Matt Masin/The Orange County Register via AP)
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How Canadian logos, including the ’s, helped build national unity at a time when the country was in a state of flux | 🔊 
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On this day in 1987, viewers met a real-life -- a 35-pound, three-foot-long cat named Fluffy, from Lower Sackville, . It was not discussed on air, however, whether or not Fluffy ate lasagna.
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CBC Digital Archives 11h
Replying to @JRDSkinner
We've also shared a different interview with Jon Davis on our FB page:
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CBC Digital Archives 11h
Glad you enjoyed our post, Yvonne!
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CBC Digital Archives 11h
The world's most famous (fictional) cat -- -- turns 40 today. In 1981, Jim Davis told that he thought his lasagna-loving comic creation was an anti-hero in some respects.
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Trump isn't committed to the international order that has served the U.S. well in the past. That makes for "an uneasy present," says historian Margaret MacMillan
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 18
On this day in 1990, was reporting on Nelson Mandela's visit to Canada. Watch here: (File photo: Fred Chartrand/)
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 18
News you can use: Tomato cages, explained -- courtesy of Larry and Anstace Esmonde-White, on 's Midday, on June 18, 1996.
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 18
From 2012: The late Richard Wagamese talking to about his novel Indian Horse -- a story that recently made it to the big screen. Listen here: (Photo: Evan Mitsui/CBC)
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 18
Hi Ned. Thanks for writing. Can you email this same question to archives@cbc.ca?
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 17
When came out 25 years ago, 's Midday gathered two paleontologists to get to the bottom of an urgent question: Could a velociraptor really open a door, if it were around in the present day?
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 17
From 1985: 's The Journal visited a Florida rec league where you had to be at least 75 years old to play ball.
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 17
In 1960, J. Paul Getty, then believed to be the richest man in the world, talked to about his fortune and the nature of wealth. Watch the interview here:
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 16
Planning a road trip this summer? If it was still 1995, you could look to the latest CD-ROM travel tools. From 's Midday.
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 16
Working around the house this weekend? Then you'll want to learn from David Viner on how to get your windows done fast. From ’s Midday in 1991.
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 15
In 1965, a guy named Lloyd Robertson was reporting on "sidewalk surfing" -- what we would now call -- for . Watch here:
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 15
The eternal bees-versus-wasps discussion. It was a thing in 1990 -- just as it is today -- when Mark Winston of talked to 's Midday.
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CBC Digital Archives Jun 15
"The telephone of the future will do so much of the work you now do that some of your muscles may become obsolete." Hear more of this report from June 15, 1967: (Photo: Hayward Studios/Library and Archives Canada)
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